While a student at School of Visual Arts, Malin Abrahamsson spent a day at the corner of Wooster and Grand Streets in SoHo, New York, selling assholes to pedestrians. The assholes were sculptures made in art class and got their name by another student who was offended by the shape of the objects. ("This isn't art - these are assholes!") The comment triggered the idea to peddle these objects/assholes as a test to see if they could function and be appreciated as art despite being called assholes. The objects were put on display on Wooster Street and people passing by were asked to take a look at the assholes for sale. Interested buyers could pick their own price and sales ranged from $1 to $20 a piece. A total of 20 assholes were sold, two of which were purchased by the same individual. The entire project, which wasn't completed due to a misunderstanding with the USPS, included a brief questionnaire in which each purchaser was asked to fill out five questions about their asshole, and then mail it back to the artist. Sadly, all questionnaires were lost in the mail. The one day street performance was filmed by Erik Guzman (preparation in studio before actual sale) and Roberto Burgos (street sale).